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    Quote Originally Posted by stuff.hunter View Post
    hi, was looking everywhere but can't find settings for long press ..
    Auto right click time should be in your touch screen driver or app. Set time to 1500ms or longer or disable if you don't need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dartman_71 View Post
    Right click time should be in your touch screen driver or app.
    cheers, mate ... ill have a look at .ini file as no settings in touch app

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    If you have TouchKit app, auto right click settings are there... Setting tab and option button from there.

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    i have IDC touch panel manager and no such settings here

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    As I said before, plug in a mouse and long press with the left click. That's a quick solution. Unless you need to constantly change back and forth between Data and Speedometer.

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    ok, managed to get radio and phone working (mobilephone.net plugin) well, phone..can make and receive calls but no contacts and no battery/signal meter:it says not available on 'display' any idea what did i wrong?
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    Well, I belive this is not mobilephone.net plugin thread, you need to go there ask for help. But.. I can tell you batt and signal meters will not work with any phone. I'm not sure does plugin read or should it read your phone book, if not, you can use MobilePhone_PC as your phone book.
    But I can assure that all bluesoleil related apps or plugins does not provide a reliable phone handsfree system to your car. You only get toy to play with.

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    One of the two things I was shocked to discover going into this CarPC hobby. One is the lack of navigation software, or ones that wasn't discontinued or no longer updated. And the other is the lack of bluetooth hands-free support/development for the smartphones. I can understand supporting BlueSoleil in the WinXP days when the OS doesn't have bluetooth support built-in, but since Win7, bluetooth stack are built in and bluesoleil is no longer needed. Also, the Toshiba bluetooth stack is also available and free, why not support it instead of BlueSoleil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebopblues View Post
    One of the two things I was shocked to discover going into this CarPC hobby. One is the lack of navigation software, or ones that wasn't discontinued or no longer updated. And the other is the lack of bluetooth hands-free support/development for the smartphones. I can understand supporting BlueSoleil in the WinXP days when the OS doesn't have bluetooth support built-in, but since Win7, bluetooth stack are built in and bluesoleil is no longer needed. Also, the Toshiba bluetooth stack is also available and free, why not support it instead of BlueSoleil?
    Lack of navigation software?... There is Sygic Fleet, Garmin Mobile PC, iGO 8.3, PC Navigator 11, iGuidance etc. Perhaps some of softwares no longer update but you can get new maps to all of them. I strongly belive that navigation methods was not change over time, so if maps are in up to date, what else you need?

    Don't lose hope to get proper bt handfree... I don't have permission to tell you more

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    Oh I know all about them, there's Sygic, Mapfactor, and MS Streets And Trips. But the two most supported apps in most frontends are dead. You can't buy Garmin Mobile PC any more. iGuidance has been discontinued also, and no longer updated. I guess I'm just spoiled by Google Maps on my Android phone.

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